Recommended Reading: The 2018 Living Planet Report is the twelfth edition of the report and provides the scientific evidence to what nature has been telling us repeatedly: unsustainable human activity is pushing the planet’s natural systems that support life on Earth to the edge.
The Living Planet Report documents the state of the planet—including biodiversity, ecosystems, and demand on natural resources—and what it means for humans and wildlife. Published by WWF every jtwo years, the report brings together a variety of research to provide a comprehensive view of the health of the Earth.
Through multiple indicators including the Living Planet Index, provided by the Zoological Society of London, the report shows the urgent need for a new global deal for nature and people with clear, ambitious goals, targets and metrics, to reverse the devastating trend of biodiversity loss.
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- Are there any video conversations / press conferences about the report?
- Is the paper Aiming higher to bend the curve of biodiversity loss (which inspires Chapter 4 and the title of this publication) available without a paywall?
#BREAKING: @WWF's Living Planet Report 2018 is out, providing scientific evidence to what nature has been telling us repeatedly: unsustainable human activity is pushing the planet’s natural systems that support life on Earth to the edge. #LPR2018https://t.co/kyD8M9EryL
— WWF Media team (@wwf_media) October 30, 2018
Released today, the latest Living Planet Report reveals a devastating number: global wildlife populations have declined by 60% in 40 years.
— WWF_Australia (@WWF_Australia) October 30, 2018